TAR UC student is World No 1 in ACCA exam


By ZHE QUN
  • Nation
  • Saturday, 18 Jan 2020

PETALING JAYA: A Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) student has become the first Malaysian to score top marks globally for the “Strategic Business Leader” subject in a recent ACCA accounting examination.

Caroline Ng Yi Wye did the nation proud when she was crowned World No. 1 in the subject for the December ACCA exam last year.

MCA President Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong congratulated Ng for bagging the top prize in the subject and for being the first in Malaysia to have done so.

He said TAR UC, which was established by MCA, maintained tuition fees at affordable levels while still offering a high-quality education.

“The success achieved by Caroline Ng and many other graduates in TAR UC is proof to those who have doubts about the commitment of the political party that founded this educational institution.

“If one’s intention is purely to blame another party, there's definitely a lot of ‘tricks’ to do that, ” he wrote on Facebook post on Saturday (Jan 18).

His post was followed by some hashtags, such as #TidakKiraWarnaKulit (“regardless of skin colour”), #TidakMelihatLatarBelakang (“regardless of background”) and #HanyaMenitikberatkanPendidikan (“focusing on education”).

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